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Yes to Blueberries Eye Firming Treatment ($18) contains horse chestnut, a natural botanical that nips dark circles in the bud by stimulating circulation. It's also packed with antioxidants that brighten dark areas by triggering melatonin production. Pro tip: Apply it after moisturizer for maximum brightening effects.
Estee Lauder Advanced Repair Eye Serum ($68) is the only cream we've used that makes good on its claims to banish bags while cooling skin simultaneously. The light-as-air product has a refreshing chill, and depuffs the second you apply it. We like to mix a little bit in with the brand's Double Wear Concealer ($24), another under-eye secret weapon.
Makeup artists swear by Paul Lebreque's Biologique Recherche Serum Yall-02 ($112) for good reason. This hyaluronic acid concoction seeps into skin and plumps it from the inside out. A tiny dab will do the trick; too much product can creep into your eyes and cause irritation.
Retinols are the go-to, age-fighting ingredient in most eye creams, but they can wreak havoc on sensitive skin. Instead, try Korres Quercetin & Oak Anti-Aging Cream ($42). It's the first natural, clinically proven alternative to retinol, and it's much gentler on your skin. Give this highly emollient cream about a minute to absorb before applying makeup, so your powder or concealer doesn't cake up.
Simple Kind To Eyes Soothing Eye Balm ($7) has pro-vitamin B5, vitamin E and jojoba oil to reduce puffiness, moisturize and brighten. Keep this one in your purse and apply it whenever your eyes need a little TLC (like after you've been staring at a computer screen for five hours). At just $7 a pop, you won't feel bad ripping through it.
Yes, sunglasses and a good SPF should always be in your under-eye arsenal. But the skin around your peepers is the most delicate on your whole body--which also makes it the most susceptible to damage. In fact, the eye area ages 36 percent faster than the rest of your face.
Your miracle in a jar? Eye cream.
A good one reverses the signs of aging, makes you look wide awake and nourishes dry skin. Here's the best product for your biggest issue.
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